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Bob Myers
2004-02-14, 11:36
I see, after installing Activestate perl I just run

perl slimserver.exe

The Shoutcast plugin appears to initialize properly, but I get...

"Storable binary image v2.6 more recent than I am <v2.4> at
blib\lib\Stoarable.pm (autosplit into
blib\lib\auto\Storable\_retrieve.al>
line 305, at (eval 15) line 22

--
Bob

"kdf" <slim-mail-DZohY95GSGB31fZj3l7iyQC/G2K4zDHf (AT) public (DOT) gmane.org>
wrote in
message news:1076733996.402da82c36eb6 (AT) callisto (DOT) deane-freeman.com...
> Quoting Bob Myers <rtm-FW+hd8ioUD0 (AT) public (DOT) gmane.org>:
>
> > "kdf" wrote...
> >
> > > your best bet is to install ActivePerl, from activestate.com.
Most of the
> > > modules you would need for plugins are found in their main
install.
> >
> > Thanks. OK, I've done that. Now how do I point Slimserver at the
> > relevant ActivePerl installation?
>
> The install should have taken care of that part. The install point
the @INC
> variable in your system to the libraries that activeperl installs.
>
> what does the server report when you run slim.exe --d_plugins ?
>
>
> > In version 29.3, it would be nice to have a more automated system to
> > install plug-ins and their dependencies for dumbfarts like me.
>
> yes, it would. Blame Windows, and the developers who prefer to work
with easier
> systems :)
>
> -kdf

Roy M. Silvernail
2004-02-14, 13:01
On Sat, 2004-02-14 at 13:36, Bob Myers wrote:
> I see, after installing Activestate perl I just run
>
> perl slimserver.exe

Should be 'perl slimserver.pl'. Interesting that your method even
worked.

> The Shoutcast plugin appears to initialize properly, but I get...
>
> "Storable binary image v2.6 more recent than I am <v2.4> at
> blib\lib\Stoarable.pm (autosplit into
> blib\lib\auto\Storable\_retrieve.al>
> line 305, at (eval 15) line 22

That's from the ID3 tag cache. You can either find and delete the
slimserver.db file or update the Storable module using ppm. Deleting
the cache file is probably quicker.
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Mike Beranek
2004-02-18, 06:32
Been following this thread and have a question. Can I deduce that you have
to run slimserver via perl (instead of as a service) if you want to use the
shoutcast plugin?

After setting my shoutcast plugin up, I'm unable to start as a service (I'm
getting an exception in perl56.dll), but can get it going by invoking 'perl
slimserver.pl'.

Anyone had similiar behavior?

Thanks,
Mike Beranek



"Roy M. Silvernail" <roy (AT) rant-central (DOT) com> wrote in
message news:1076788910.2403.12.camel (AT) localhost (DOT) ..
> On Sat, 2004-02-14 at 13:36, Bob Myers wrote:
> > I see, after installing Activestate perl I just run
> >
> > perl slimserver.exe
>
> Should be 'perl slimserver.pl'. Interesting that your method even
> worked.
>
> > The Shoutcast plugin appears to initialize properly, but I get...
> >
> > "Storable binary image v2.6 more recent than I am <v2.4> at
> > blib\lib\Stoarable.pm (autosplit into
> > blib\lib\auto\Storable\_retrieve.al>
> > line 305, at (eval 15) line 22
>
> That's from the ID3 tag cache. You can either find and delete the
> slimserver.db file or update the Storable module using ppm. Deleting
> the cache file is probably quicker.
> --
> Roy M. Silvernail is roy (AT) rant-central (DOT) com, and
you're not
> Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's!
> SpamAssassin->procmail->/dev/null->bliss
> http://www.rant-central.com